Last Japan Reach Out EP
Last Japan Reach Out EP
My bad! I have been sleeping on Breakdown. I get the tracks. Listen to the tracks. LOVE the tracks! But don’t post because I’ve been so busy. So again, my bad!!
I don’t think he’ll remember us but we gave Josh David and Whiskey Pete a ride to their hotel when they were here in San Francisco for the Potty Mouth Party at Mission Rock. Both of them were really, really cool.
So here is a breakdown (pun intended) of the BREAKDOWN tracks that I recently received. Enjoy to the fullest!
I’m really loving EVERYTHING about “Pet Monster”! Great job! Check it! - BlaQwest
To Listen & Download to Breakdown’s “October Podcast Mix” Click Here -
Breakdown’s “October Podcast Mix”
Ghosts of Venice Debuts on Solid Bump Records
Lee Dunn (better known as Ghosts of Venice) has had a big year. He has lent his passion for jacked up disco house to a slew of official remixes including Grum’s “Can’t Shake This Feeling” and James Talk & Ridney’s massive Ibiza summer anthem “Forever”. In the coming months he will debut on Strictly Rhythm, which is a testiment to his sound. Solid Bump is proud to debut his first commercially available original track entitled “Her”. The song serves as a homage to the long days of a summer passed, with a highly swung laidback groove that keeps in perfect tow with the signature sound of Solid Bump.
The remix selection is a showcase of the exciting talent Solid Bump has in store in 2011, with a large portion of the label’s roster lending their spin on the single. White Girl Lust completely re-imagines the original as an epic piano house burner, complete with vocals from Alona. Chicago’s Bit Funk glosses the tune with his distinct synth-pop sheen. Meanwhile, Mix Chopin lives up to his name with a lively cut & paste session. The release is rounded out by the low-key vibes of Mykill & Meroz.
“Amazing release! Super deep and funky.” – Treasure Fingers
“Nice grooves. Solid.” – Grum
“Cool sample, cool track. The Bit Funk mix is the one for me.” – His Majesty Andre
“Bit Funk mix for me bro! Excellent across all mixes.” – Dcup
PROMO MP3 of Ghosts of Venice// Her (Mix Chopin Remix) // Solid Bump Records
Free Downloadable MP3 Link: http://soundcloud.com/solid-bump-records/ghosts-of-venice-her-mix-chopin-rmx-clip
Full EP Stream on Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/solid-bump-records/sets/ghosts-of-venice-her-ep-in-stores-oct-26th
Ghosts of Venice Interviewed By White Girl Lust (Tonight Show Interview Mash Up)
VIEW THE FULL INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE
CZR – Obscure (Santiago & Bushido rmx) **never before released**:
Santiago & Bushido – All That I Can Say:
New mix: Auditory Learning – Fall Sept 2010:
Mediafire Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?z83ce67v6yr58pe
Auditory Learning Tracklist:
01 Jaswho – 911 (Santiago & Bushido rmx) – Temple
02 Gonzales – I Am Europe (Djedjotronic rmx) – Boysnoize
03 Phonic Funk & Foog – Addict 2.0 – Housequake
04 SonicC & Autoerotique – KMA (Autoerotique Dub) – Dim Mak
05 Felix Cartel – Love (JFK rmx) – Dim Mak
06 Plump Djs – Boomer – Grand Hotel
07 Munchi – Sandungueo (Edit) – n/a
08 Dave Spoon & Pete Tong – Muchness – Size
09 Tim Healey, Felguk – Score – Surfer Rosa Records
10 ZZT – ZZafrica – Turbo
11 Green Velvet – La La Land (Santiago & Bushido rmx) – Cajual
12 Boys Noize – Yeah – Boysnoize
13 Aniki – Lesbian Bondage Fiasco – OMG! Recordings
14 Florrie – Call 911 (His Majest Andre rmx) – Kitsune
15 Klever – Let the Music Play – Slow Roast
16 Treasure Fingers – It’s Love – Defected
17 Daft Punk – High Life (Cassian Bootleg) – n/a
18 Mix Chopin – Levitate – n/a
Available now on beatport: https://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/release/detail/285989/La%20La%20Land%20Remixes:
Some upcoming release teasers:
EP on Potty Mouth feat Colette and Whisky Pete due out Nov/Dec. Clip of us playing track from this EP:
EP on Cajual due out Dec/Jan. Clip of us playing track from this EP:
Introducing the “*Big Wigglin’*” EP brought to you by Luddwig and LU10 Records.
Provided by a producer who’s production experience stretches back to early
speed garage, Luddwig’s Big Wigglin’ EP will do exactly what it says on the
tin and have ravers wigglin’ in big ways from the day it drops on 09/08/10.
5 tracks of jacking electro garage house rhythms incorporating deep wonking
subs and basslines that will take any party to its peak by seducing party
goers into euphoria.
Making a third appearance on LU10, this time with a well deserved full EP,
Luddwig shows us what modern, underground house music is all about with
influences from every moment of dance music to date seeping into a truly
high level of production. Already receiving support from WoNK, Tommie Sunshine as
well as getting radio play from *KissySellOut* this is THE LU10 Records EP of the
summer to be rinsing out all over.
Luddwigg – This One
Luddwigg – Poker Dots
Luddwigg – Big Wigglin
Luddwigg – Can You feel It
Luddwigg – Bloodclart
Bass Kleph set to destroy North American Soundsystems with mini tour
Vancouver San Francisco Los Angeles El Paso Miami St. John’s, NL
***Joan Reyes “Shakedown (Bass Kleph Remix)” tops Beatport’s mid-year chart as most downloaded track of 2010***
Man! How do I get down to play on one of these shows?! I want in BAD!!
BASS KICKING CONTENT
Unreleased Bass Kleph white label mash up DJ tool:
“Weakness For Warp” – Deformation “Weakness” + Bloody Beetroots & Steve Aoki “Warp”
Bass Kleph’s Soundcloud Page
Bass Kleph & Stellar MC – “$pend My Money”
www.the-x-agency.com/basskleph (Press Page)
Bass Kleph (AKA Stu Tyson) is an artist you’re gonna start hearing a lot more about. The Sydney, Australia native has been taking the industry by storm with his Beatport #1 and mid-year chart topping remix of Joan Reyes’s “Shakedown; the club and radio pop smash $pend My Money (feat Stellar MC); a top 20 Beatport main-chart hit with “Keyboard Cat” remixes of acts like Green Velvet and Sarah McLeod and the continued success of his own label – Vacation Records (and new sister label Exit Row) – and its crew of producers like Wolfgang Gartner, Micky Slim, Mowgli. The label’s fans stretch from the stadium players like John Aquaviva, Crookers, Rene Amesz, Mark Knight, and Kissy Sell Out to the brightest lights of the techno underground like Alex Kenji, Popof, and Fergie.
As you can see, 2010’s been an extremely busy and successful year for Bass Kleph. Coming off a tour (with Afrojack) in support of his new Ministry of Sound Australia’s Guide To The Underground compilation and earlier gigs in venues from Fabric UK to Tunning Hall Moscow and Baby Face China, Bass Kleph is now preparing for his first jaunt across North America with stops through Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso, Miami and St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Bass Kleph’s been practicing his craft forever. Most kids are still in school at age 15, but as a teenager Bass Kleph was touring Australia and New Zealand as the drummer of a hugely successful three-piece rock act, Loki. Playing live in grubby rock venues gave him his earliest understandings that there’s a dynamic to making crowds dance. A catchy rhythm won’t catch without the hypnotism of an irresistible hook – but then even the most nagging hook won’t shuffle the feet until it’s bent out of shape by the thunder of a serious rhythm section. Loki imploded eventually, the inevitable result of the music industry trying to screw all it could out of the band’s three teenage members. Bass Kleph left, determined that he wouldn’t taken in by the empty promises of the industry again – but also that next time round he wanted to do it differently. A more electronic sound, focused on his new obsession, DJing.
That was 15 years ago. Bass Kleph’s been DJIng just about weekly now for 10 years – and the DJ booth is still one of his favorite places to be. He started in breaks, but soon pushed aside that genre’s limitations to add new, more subtle shades to his dancefloor palette – hypnotic techy grooves, jackin’ electro, and the curveballs that distinguish a real musician from the average gigging DJ. He’s also big on making his own mashups for the purpose of unleashing on unsuspecting crows. As such, we convinced Bass Kleph to allow us to share some of his weapons with you. The first bootleg combines Deformation “Weakness” + Bloody Beetroots & Steve Aoki “Warp” for a new track called “Weakness For Warp.” This track has never before been released and it’s now free for spreading like a thick coat of bass.
BASS KLEPH TOUR DATES
Aug 19 – Shine – Vancouver
Aug 20 – Mission Rock Café – San Francisco
Aug 21 – Love Festival – Los Angeles
Aug 26 – The Vault – El Paso
Aug 27 – Cameo – Miami
Aug 28 – Club V – St John’s, NL
Bass Kleph – Hey Ya / Shake Up – Fresco Records
Work Your Body w Hatiras . Hatrax Records . 2010
Duro . Vacation Records . 2010
$pend My Money feat Stella MC . Vacation Records . 2009
But Enough About Me . Vacation Records . 2009
Keyboard Cat . Vacation Records . 2009
Organ Cat . Vacation Records . 2009
Viajero EP . Vacation Records . 2009
Helium . Vacation Records . 2008
Joan Reynes . Shakedown . Fresco . 2010 (Beatport #1)
Hook N Sling – Snob Disco (Bass Kleph Remix) – Ministry Of Sound Aus (ARIA chart #1)
Christian Luke – Shine (Bass Kleph Remix)
My Heart Stops feat Rosie . Chris Arnott + fRew . Vacation . 2010
Mark Trophy . Musika . Vacation Records . 2009
Guide to the Underground . Ministry of Sound . 2010
Clubbers Guide to 2009 . Ministry of Sound . 2009
Bass Kleph & Chris Arnott – Where Do We Go
Green Velvet – Everybody Wants (Bass Kleph Remix) – Ministry Of Sound
Amo + Navas, Bass Kleph & Joan Reyes – NYC rocks – Fresco Records
DJ Groover – At Night (Bass Kleph Remix) – Audio Damage Records
Bump DJs – Falcone (Bass Kleph Remix) – Disconnected Records
Bass Kleph & Joan Reyes – Salida / Britney – Fresco Records
‘Who’s Your Daddy’ is the first official single from Don Diablo’s forthcoming debut album ‘Exit Studio Sweatshop’. The single already enjoys support from key tastemaker DJs such as Fake Blood, Plump DJs, Laidback Luke, Alex Gopher, BURNS, Annie Nightingale (BBC Radio 1), Kissy Sell Out (BBC Radio 1), The Bloody Beetroots, The Crystal Method, Shinichi Osawa, Loose Cannons (Kiss 100), Bad Boy Bill and Judge Jules (BBC Radio 1), to name but a few. Get a first taste and grab your FREE copy of Chew Fu’s remix as well as Don Diablo’s own Drive-by Disco mix. And as a bonus, there’s the white hot ‘Seven Nation Daddy’ bootleg, which is quickly turning into this summer’s festival favourite! Haven’t seen the music video yet? Go check it out, right here.
DON DIABLO – WHO’S YOUR DADDY (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
DON DIABLO – WHO’S YOUR DADDY (DON DIABLO’S DRIVE-BY DISCO MIX)
[DIRECT] http://www.muzikology.com/music/Don_Diablo_-_Whos_your_daddy_(Don_Diablos_Drive-by_Disco_Mix).mp3 (Right Click, Save Target As…)
DON DIABLO vs. THE WHITE STRIPES – SEVEN NATION DADDY
[DIRECT] http://www.muzikology.com/music/Don_Diablo_vs_The_White_Stripes_-_Seven_Nation_Daddy.mp3 (Right Click, Save Target As…)
DON DIABLO – WHO’S YOUR DADDY (CHEW FU REMIX)
[DIRECT] http://www.muzikology.com/music/Don_Diablo_-_Whos_your_daddy_(Chew_Fu_Remix).mp3 (Right Click, Save Target As…)
DON DIABLO – WHO’S YOUR DADDY (REDIAL REFIX)
[DIRECT] http://www.muzikology.com/music/Don_Diablo_-_Whos_your_daddy_(Redial_Refix).mp3 (Right Click, Save Target As…)
DON DIABLO – WHO’S YOUR DADDY (RUBIX REMIX)
[DIRECT] http://www.muzikology.com/music/Don_Diablo_-_Whos_your_daddy_(Rubix_Remix).mp3 (Right Click, Save Target As…)
Also, Don Diablo is set to return to the Wild Wild West that is the United States of America. Try to catch Don Diablo at one of the shows below!
12 August 2010 Glow @ Lima (Washington DC, USA)
13 August 2010 Club 101 (El Paso, USA)
14 August 2010 La Sexta House of Music (Tijuana, Mexico)
20 August 2010 Avalon (Los Angeles, USA)
21 August 2010 Voyeur (San Diego, USA)
DIPLO & DON DIABLO – MAKE YOU POP (DON DIABLO DUBSTEP MIX)
[DIRECT] http://www.muzikology.com/music/Diplo_and_Don_Diablo_-_Make_you_pop_(Don_Diablo_Dubstep_Mix).mp3 (Right Click, Save Target As…)
[YOUTUBE LIVE PREVIEW]
DIPLO & DON DIABLO MAKE THE WORLD GO ‘POP’
The (co)producers behind two of the biggest underground hits of 2009, Pon di floor (DIPLO) and Hooligans (DON DIABLO), get together to make the world go ‘POP’ with their instant club smash ‘MAKE YOU POP’. To give you a first taste, the boys have agreed to share Don Diablo’s Dubstep Mix, so grab it now. Release will be out mid-August!
DON DIABLO’S KLASSROOM MIX @ KISSY SELL OUT SHOW (BBC Radio 1)
[DIRECT] http://www.muzikology.com/music/Don_Diablo_Klassroom_Mix_at_Kissy_Sell_Out_show_(BBC_Radio1).mp3 (Right Click, Save Target As…)
Don Diablo takes you on a trip down memory lane! This thursday, Don did an interview with BBC Radio 1 and dropped a Klassroom mix for Kissy Sell Out’s radioshow. Grab the radio broadcast right here, and check out what Don was bobbing his head to in highschool! From Massive Attack to The Smashing Pumpkins and from Prince to Bruce Springsteen and way beyond that…! In short: 40 classics in 20 minutes, enjoy!
1 Ace of Base – All that she wants
2 Melodie MC – Dum Dam Dum
3 Yello – Oh yeah
4 Babylon Zoo – Spaceman
5 TQ – West side
6 Smashing Pumpkins – 1979
7 Kriss Kross – Jump
8 Jurassic 5 – What’s golden
9 Moby – Honey
10 Smash Mouth – All Star
11 Felix – Don’t u want me (Classical Cover)
12 The prodigy / Lisa Stansfield – No good (Start the dance)
13 Oasis v.s. Queen – Wonderwall will rock u (Don Diablo MashUp)
14 Moby – Feeling so real (Don Diablo Remix)
15 Marusha – Over the rainbow
16 Sunbeam – Outside world
17 Bertocucci Feranzano – XTC Love
18 Westbam – Mayday Anthem
19 Soul II Soul – Back to life
20 Daft Punk – Aerodynamic (Don Diablo Refix)
21 Skee-Lo – I wish
22 New Radicals – You get what u give
22 Salt-n-Pepa – Push it
23 Prince – I wanna be your lover
24 De la Soul – Me, myself & I (Don Diablo Refix)
25 Wildchild – Renegade Master
26 Massive Attack – Unfinished symphony
27 Bruce Springsteen – Streets of Philadelphia
28 System of a down – Chop Suey
29 EMF – Unbelievable
30 Weirdo & Sim – Go get busy
31 Mainx – 88 to Piano
32 Natural Born Chillers – Rock the funky beats
33 Roni Size – Brown Paper Bag
34 Fatboy Slim – Don’t let the man get you down
35 Dr. Dre – Keep their heads ringin’
36 Warren G ft. Nate Dogg – Regulate
37 Eric B & Rakim – Pump up the volume
38 2Unlimited – Let the beat control your body
39 Michael Jackson- Remember the time (Don Diablo Remix)
40 Ryuichi Sakamoto – Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence
What Is Music?
The answer shouldn’t be a mystery to anyone who knows the history of house music.
Music Is The Answer of course!
The track by Danny Tenaglia & Celeda is almost mythological in house music circles. In this go around, Breakdown have reworked this classic track into an electro house club thumper that maintains the groove of the original.
In keeping with the spirit of house music, the Breakdown boys are making this remix freely available in all of its 320kbps MP3 glory!
Also, check out the video for their hit ”Ice Cream” featuring Whiskey Pete and Stellar MC: